- EV Charge Controller
- Charge Controller
CC612 charge controller
- Enables charging infrastructure to be set up in compliance with German calibration law with an EMH meter and transparency software
- Integrated dynamic load management (DLM)
- Function in compliance with German calibration law from software version 4.50
- Integrated PLC communication (ISO 15118)
- Smart-grid-capable through OCPP transmission and an integrated 4G modem
- Integrated 6 mA DC fault current detection/monitoring (patented) enables the use of a type A RCD, no type B RCD required
- Continuous further development and software updates
- Connection to energy management systems through the standardised EEBUS protocol
Smart charge controller - Build your own charging station
Smart charge controller - Build your own charging station
As the heart of every intelligent charging station, the charge controller communicates with the vehicle and the connected backend, monitors the internal hardware of the charging system, the user interfaces as well as the charging socket and the charging cable.
The integrated PLC communication in accordance with ISO15118 for implementation of plug & charge, bi-directional communication with the vehicle as well as intelligent connection to energy management systems (EMS) are further innovative components of the charge controller.
A specially developed dynamic load management (eDLM software) integrated in the controller enables load management with up to 250 charging points within a local eDLM system, whereby the entire available energy is distributed in a highly dynamic and effective way using different profiles.
The charge controller is compatible with OCPP 1.5 and OCPP 1.6. Integration tests with different backend implementations of providers such as Vattenfall, Bosch, NTT and DRIIVZ have been successfully carried out, interoperability with common roaming platforms such as Plugsurfing and Hubject has also been ensured.
The charge controller supports 2.5G Edge and 4G UMTS mobile networks; a SIM card is required. Online service to identify errors is just as possible as local administration on site via USB interfaces, whereby updates and configuration settings can also be imported and duplicated via a service USB stick.
The technical basis for billing options in compliance with German calibration law is created by combining the CC612 charge controller with an EMH meter and transparency software.
The innovative technology results in maximum availability and safety for both the charging system and the vehicle to be charged. Since the controller does not only react to critical DC fault currents but also to small residual currents, which indicate deterioration at an early stage, it reports and deliberately terminates the charging process before the RCD is tripped.
User interaction is facilitated by RFID modules available as accessories, which include an RFID card reader and LEDs. In offline operation, the charge controller can either allow charging without authorisation or it can authorise users based on RFID and a local "white list".
The software for controlling all processes of the charge controller can be updated. This makes the CC612 future-proof. Updates (typically quarterly) can be easily installed via USB, Ethernet or over-the-air (OTA). If a vulnerability is detected in the software, it can be reported here.
- Ordering information
- Charge controller acc. to IEC 61851-22 (mode 3)
- It can be configured as either a Master or Slave
- The charge controller can be integrated into a single or three-phase system up to 80 A
- Future-proof, encoded and standardised networking with EMS through the EEBUS communication protocol
- Smart Grid enabled using standard OCPP functionality
- OCPP 1.5 and OCPP 1.6 compliant with JSON, SOAP and Binary implementation
- Supports 4G (LTE), 3G (UMTS) und 2G (GSM) mobile networks with an integrated 4G modem in all data gateways with 4G modem
- Two USB interfaces:
– CONFIG for local configuration
– Other is used an extension port for peripheral USB devices (Ethernet/WiFi home applications)
– Master/slave hardware configuartion
- Control Pilot and Proximity Pilot signal management
- Universal charge plug control (support for different vendors of sockets)
- Configurable support for one additional household socket
- Can connect to eHZ or Modbus meters and to meters with an S0 interface
- User interface board for customer-specific applications
- Configurable 3-channel input/output extension interface for additional functionality
- Only an external RCD type A is required
- Internal temperature sensors
- A Peer Group Mechanism or Dynamic Load Management where a set current is shared between a group of charge controllers
- Optional integrated ISO/IEC 15118 power line communication (PLC) for plug & charge and load management systems
- Local and remote configuration
- electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, wall boxes or street light charging points
Optional accessories for CC612 charge controller
|RFID105-L1 with RJ45 cable (length 500 mm)||B94060105|
|RFID114 with RJ45 cable (length 500 mm)||B94060114|
|RFID117-L1 with RJ45 cable (length 500 mm)||B94060117|
|Measuring current transformer* W15BS (cable length 1500 mm)||B98080065|
|Measuring current transformer* W15BS-02 (cable length 180 mm)||B98080067|
|Measuring current transformer* W15BS-03 (cable length 320 mm)||B98080068|
|DPM2x16FP (display module)||B94060120|
Variants of CC612 charge controller
|Type||Modem||Meter||RDC-MD*||PLC** hardware||User interface||LEDs||Art. No.|
|CC612-1M4PR||4G||eHZ-, S0 interface||✓||✓||✓||Ready, Alarm, PLC||B94060011|
|CC612-2M4PR||4G||Modbus, S0 interface||✓||✓||✓||Ready, Alarm, PLC||B94060013|
|CC612-2M4R||4G||Modbus, S0 interface||✓||--||✓||Ready, Alarm||B94060015|
|CC612-1S0PR||--||eHZ-, S0 interface||✓||✓||✓||Ready, Alarm, PLC||B94060005|
|CC612-2S0PR||--||Modbus, S0 interface||✓||✓||✓||Ready, Alarm, PLC||B94060007|
|CC612-2S0R||--||Modbus, S0 interface||✓||--||✓||Ready, Alarm||B94060010|
** Optional and enabled by a software update
Downloads for CC612 charge controller